Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar could play against Torino in Saturday’s Serie A clash as a “test match” before the Champions League final against Man City next month.

This according to Italian news outlet, who detail the potential route to being fit for the final for the Slovakian.

Skriniar is now back in training for Inter.

The 28-year-old has recovered enough from his surgery last month that he has been able to complete a session with the group.

Now, the question will be exactly how fit Skriniar is with two more matches to go this season. These will be the former Sampdoria defender’s final matches for Inter. He is set to join Paris Saint-Germain during the summer on a free transfer.

According to the Gazzetta, Skriniar has a good chance of featuring against Torino over the weekend.

Skriniar Could Use Torino As “Test Match” For Man City

Inter’s trip to Turin to face the Granata will be their final Serie A match of the season.

Whilst the match will not exactly be a “dead rubber” it is not necessary for the Nerazzurri to win to secure a spot in the top four of the Serie A table.

If Skriniar is part of the squad, he could come off the bench on Saturday. This may well only be for a few minutes at the end of the match.

However, an appearance against the Granata could be important for Skriniar’s fitness.

There is certainly not much of a chance of the 28-year-old starting against City in the final.

Nevertheless, he could still feature in Istanbul. Nerazzurri coach Simone Inzaghi will be keen to have as many players from his squad as possible available in the final.

Skriniar could well come off the bench late on to help see out the match against City.